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Aberdeen aldermen approve first step for vehicle charging stations

ABERDEEN – Aberdeen is on track to be a location for electric vehicle charging stations following board of aldermen action Oct. 5. Mayor Charles Scott entertained a motion, which was approved, for the city to sign a letter of intent with Seven 7 States Power Corporation at the cost of $1,000.
ABERDEEN, MS
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Auto body shops are seeing delays getting parts in

STARKVILLE, Miss. (WCBI)- Getting products and parts is an ongoing issue for businesses of all types. One area hit particularly hard has been the automotive industry. Auto body shops worldwide have been experiencing delays in getting the parts they need to make repairs, and it’s putting a dent in their business.
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Yokohama hires auto industry vet as Miss. plant manager

WEST POINT, Miss. — Yokohama Tire Co. has hired auto industry veteran Philip Calhoun as the plant manager/vice president of manufacturing at its Yokohama Tire Manufacturing Mississippi (YTMM) commercial truck tire plant in West Point, Miss. Mr. Calhoun has more than 28 years of manufacturing leadership experience that cover all...
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MSU student-led EcoCAR team develops vehicles of the future

A Mississippi State student-led organization is developing future leaders who can design, build, and market fuel-efficient and eco-friendly vehicles. If you have passed by the old Cadence Bank building in downtown Starkville, which is now being turned into The Hub, you might have recently seen a Chevrolet Camaro set up in the building’s plaza.
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West Point rolling out new police vehicles

WEST POINT, Miss. (WTVA) - The West Point Police Department added five more patrol vehicles to its fleet. The Clay County Board of Supervisors purchased the vehicles. The addition of these five Dodge Durango vehicles will help replace some of the city's older and aging patrol cars. Police Chief Avery...
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